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Ahrensfeld Mountains are the highest elevations in the north-eastern Berlin district of Marzahn-Hellersdorf. They are named after the place Ahrensfelde im Barnim, which is located north of the mountains. The Ahrensfeld mountains are 114.5 and 101 m above sea level. NHN high. Further elevations in Marzahn-Hellersdorf are the Kienberg with 102 meters and the Biesdorfer Höhe with 82 meters.
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From 1981 to 1991 the Ahrensfeld Mountains were used as a building rubble dump. The rubble from the construction of the new development areas Marzahn, Hellersdorf and Hohenschönhausen was piled up in layers and compacted together with the excavated earth. After the rubble landfill was closed in 1991, it began to be transformed into a landscape park.
In 2008, the approximately 112 meter high west summit was raised by approximately 3.5 meters and a viewing platform was created. This would have made the Ahrensfeld Mountains higher than the also artificial Teufelsberg and the summit of the Müggelberge. However, precise measurements showed that the Ahrensfeld Mountains are the fourth highest elevation in Berlin at 114.5 m.
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